royal winton grimwades dinnerware set

futzandstuffNovember 2, 2010

I have some Grimwades royal winton ivory dinnerware. The backstamp used was from 1920 -1930 supposedly. Imprinted into the china is the word lotus, and below the backstamp written by hand are the words "Spring" and "Handpainted". I searched the internet using these words, but find nothing. I would like to identify this pattern. Any suggestions of where to look. I have already tried searching through replacement china companies. I don't seem to be able to post a picture so will describe the color: Cream color with edge of gold edge trim bordering a black design (solid black pyramids with black dots on top between black vertical lines). On body of bowls or flat of plates green circle with inner black circle with (what looks like) black grass blades and gold and yellow flowers (petals shaped like gloxinas) with yellow centers and green leaves growing out.

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Need photos of front & back to be any help with research.

    Bookmark   November 6, 2010 at 3:49PM
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